Hickory Creek iSchool High
On October 8, 2015 iSchool High of Hickory Creek celebrated the opening of its new campus with a ceremonial ribbon cutting.
Mayor of Hickory Creek Lynn Clark, State Representative candidate Rick Hagen, representatives from the Lake Cities Chamber of Commerce, and ResponsiveEd Chief Operations Officer Robert Davison, along with the entire student body were in attendance. Several students performed during the ceremony showcasing their dance, vocal and instrumental talents.
The school is ResponsiveEd’s first high school north of Lake Lewisville giving students at Corinth Classical Academy a nearby high school option after 8th grade.
Corinth Classical Academy
On October 21, 2015 Corinth Classical Academy celebrated the opening of its new campus with a ceremonial ribbon cutting. Texas state representative Myra Crownover, representatives from the Lake Cities Chamber of Commerce and several ResponsiveEd executives, along with the entire student body were in attendance. The student orchestra, choir and cheerleaders performed during the ceremony.
“Good things come to those who wait. Today officially marks the arrival of a very good thing. For those first founding parents of what was Vista Hickory Creek to everyone here today, for nearly a decade now hundreds of people have invested countless hours of time, sweat and tears to make this facility a reality,” said Kyle Queal, Vice-President of Academics for ResponsiveEd.